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Re: Falty Component Jacks, displays only pink.
Is this a new player for you, some dvd will not wotk on HDTV and some you have to set up so they will if you have had this a while check to make sure its still set up to play to a HDTV, if new check to make sure that it is set up for HDTV, and lastly you migtht make it work through an RF MODULATOR. if this dont apply please provide me with more specifics. are you sure the dvd works have you connected it to another TV. thank you james klgr. lets solve your problem
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clean the contacts terminal with contacts cleaner, can be dirty, oxide, or corrosion. and try again. Otherwise internal the wires can be faulty, or loose or desolder. Open the DVD and check it. God bless you
Check the sound settings on your tv. go into the menu and scroll to sound. this is especially important if you are using an hdmi cable. but even with rca jacks my hdtv needed to be set up in the menu.
also make sure your cables are properly plugged in ie audio -in-, audio-out
Plz see to it that if all of jacks of dvd player are correctly and firmly inserted into the respectively coloured mating jacks of ur TV. If u still dont get a sound, it will be better if u purchase a new set of jacks.
You have component cables from your description. Make sure that each one is in the right slot on both the DVD output and the TV input. As for the audio, the component cables do not carry audio, so you need to hook up audio out from the DVD player to audio in on the TV. Usually red and white RCA jacks for audio plugged into their respective color coordinated ports. Good luck and I hope this helps.
You may have connected the video cable to the (red) component jack. The three component jacks are always next to each other and are color coded red green and blue. The composite video jack is color coded yellow and only one cable is used for video. If you are using the component video, three separate cables are required.
You will, at least, need what is called "component cables", usually remembered as "the wire with those three colors; red, white, and yellow". Connect those little plugs to their respective jacks on the back of your player and TV; color to same color, "out" on the player, and "in" on the TV.
There are several ways to connect the TV to the DVD player but you can only take advantage of the progressive scan option on your player if you use component cable. Component cable has three input jacks on it and they are colored Green, Blue, and Red. Your TV/amplifer must have component input jacks on the back of it to use this cable. If it does, then the input jacks on the back of the TV are usually labled Y, Pa, and Pr. The Y input is for the Green input jack, the Pa input is for the Blue input jack and the Pr is for the Red input jack. Once you have these plugged in you will next need to hookup the audio/vidoe cable that came with your DVD player that has a Yellow, White, and Red input jacks on it. The Yellow input jack is for Video and the White and Red are for audio. Both your TV and DVD player will have inputs for these so just match them up. If you do not have component inputs on your TV then just hook up the audio/video cable and it will work.
If you are using component cables to connect the DVD to the tv make sure you have the red,blue and green colors on your cables matching these colored jacks on the tv and DVD jacks. If one of these cables is plugged in wrong or not plugged in it could cause this. Good Luck